Right now my Intel i7 920 is at 3.7 ghz @ 1.23v. I know my CPU is stable here and I know it could go farther just havent had time to Prime95 it and whatnot.
However, I have more questions about getting my RAM timings down. I know the lower is generally better and honestly...thats about it.
This is what I have right now.: 6gb Kingston HyperX 2000mhz CPU-z says my timings are 10-10-10-27 at 1T. My FSB RAM is 2:8, My NB frequency is 2882.8, and my DRAM freq is 720.7. (set to match my 180 BCLK)
So ok if you are at 10-10-10-27-1T @ 1441.4 MHz ...Your running 2000 Mhz RAM with loose timings i.e. CAS 10. So knowing this I would assume that the DIMMs you have are CAS 10 .... 2000 Mhz. I would just bump the memory clock up to 2000 MHz. If your using a multiplier to set RAM clocks it would be 11 x 180 = 1980 MHz..Just leave the timings alone. Otherwise you could slowly tighten the latencies at the current clock speed such as : 9-9-9-24-1T, 8-9-8-22-1T, etc... The lower the timings the more responsive the DIMM's will be. Take notes with a logbook on what works and what doesn't and be prepared to reset the CMOS a lot